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Hopewell’s Lee Tung Street Project Achieves a BEAM 4/04 Certificate - 'Platinum Standard' 
01 Dec 2011

The on-going Lee Tung Street project, jointly developed by Hopewell Holdings Limited ("Hopewell"/ "the Group") and Sino Land Company Limited, has achieved a Provisional BEAM 4/04 Certificate–"Platinum Standard". The certification recognises Hopewell’s outstanding practices in the environmental design and construction of this project.

The Lee Tung Street Project is an Urban Renewal Authority (URA) redevelopment project in Wan Chai, and has incorporated redevelopment, heritage conservation, revitalization and green elements.

Significant reduction in carbon emissions

According to the BEAM report on the Lee Tung Street Project, it is estimated the environmental features of the project will reduce carbon emissions up to 20 percent, or the equivalent of planting 170,000 trees per year, which is about 20 percent of the total tree planting in Hong Kong every year. The final assessment shall be conducted upon the completion of the project.

HK-BEAM (Building Environmental Assessment Method) is Hong Kong’s most widely recognised industry benchmark to measure, improve and label the environmental sustainability of buildings. HK-BEAM integrates the assessment of many key aspects of building performance, including land use, site aspects, use of materials, energy efficiency, water quality, indoor environmental quality and innovations.

Hopewell is committed to developing green buildings, and has incorporated environmental and energy conservation features and adopted bio friendly materials in the construction of property projects. Hopewell will continue to develop buildings that can provide residents with a comfortable, safe and eco-friendly environment.

Carbon Footprint Management








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